The introduction movie to Call of Duty: United Offensive, presented in it's original 512x512 form. To view this movie correctly you must use a media player which can force a 4:3 aspect ratio. The intro movie shows some of the scenes from the game levels (notably, because the player character which might be in them isn't rendered, some of the scenes look a bit odd if watching the intro after playing the game). Also included are the Activision and Gray Matter Interactive logos. All the files are... Topics: Gray Matter Interactive, Activision, Call of Duty, Call of Duty United Offensive, Intro
The introduction movie from the PC version of Call of Duty 4, showing many of the in game levels and voice snippets hinting at the story (similar to versions in past Call of Duty games). Also includes the Activision and Infinity Ward logos, and legal note, which accompanied the intro. Files are available in original BIK format and converted H264 AVI files. To get the original BIK files click on "All Files: HTTP" on the left hand side. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Call of Duty 4, Infinity Ward, Activision, Intro
The episode opens with a short parody of Zero Punctuation called "Zero Coordination - on the n00b effect." The real episode begins with Doug and Dave mysteriously negotiating. Shifting one week back to Sunday where Jeremy and Dave are playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl , Dave's student sits and watches. Jeremy mentions that Teh_Masterer has created an 'Exchange Program' where pros come over and are assigned to uber-pros, with the purpose of becoming a better gamer, or "more... Topics: Pure Pwnage, Video Games, Call of Duty 4, Zero Punctuation
As a prologue, the episode begins with a homage to Back to the Future and Jeremy playing Rock Band . In order to make some money, Jeremy goes to a local computer shop and sells the parts that he has earned in tournaments—a practice that The_Masterer frowns upon. After selling the prizes, the pair go out for breakfast, where Kyle tries to lecture Jeremy on the value of money. On the way to T-Bag's house, Jeremy encounters a man and in a dream sequence, and they battle with Guitar Hero and Rock... Topics: Pure Pwnage, Video Games, Guitar Hero, Rock Band, Call of Duty 4
The beginning of the episode is a Call of Duty 2 skit, featuring FPS Doug and Jeremy playing as soldiers. They make a reference to Pulp Fiction; Doug says "[m]an, I hope you don't have a watch in your ass". Also, the skit bears a resemblance to the ending of Red vs Blue Episode 8. After the skit, Kyle decides to do an episode solely centering around Dave, because of his online popularity. The next scene involves FPS Doug receiving a new weapon from a friend of Teh_Masterer, and it... Topics: Pure Pwnage, Video Games, Call of Duty 2, Parody, Taxi Driver, Pulp Fiction
This United Games footage of E3 2005 covers the Xbox 360 at E3. The console got previewed at the show and footage was done of several games being made available for the system. The layout is in chapter segments, see the Segments details for more information. Other footage covering the other consoles was not completely edited, leaving this as standalone material covering the major announced console of the year. Originally this was released at E3Videos.com. Thanks to Andrew Mehta for allowing the... Topics: E3, E3 2005, United Games, Andrew Mehta, Microsoft, Xbox 360, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Call of...